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Clawed frogs / Newts Xenopus  tropicalis Development of a heat-stable alkaline phosphatase reporter system for cis-regulatory analysis and its application to 3D digital imaging of Xenopus embryonic tissues.
Medaka HNI-II (Strain ID: MT835). Thyroid axis participates in high-temperature-induced male sex reversal through its activation by the stress response.
C.elegans tm331 Neuronal HSF-1 coordinates the propagation of fat desaturation across tissues to enable adaptation to high temperatures in C. elegans.
General Microbes JCM 6473 , JCM 5705 , JCM 12257 Selective concentration of antimicrobial peptides to heat-treated porous silica gel using adsorption/desorption.
DNA material B-gTEMP/pRSET-b (RDB19859) , B-gTEMP/pcDNA3 (RDB19860) Intracellular Heat Transfer and Thermal Property Revealed by Kilohertz Temperature Imaging with a Genetically Encoded Nanothermometer.
GBIF Vascular plant specimens of National Museum of Nature and Science (TNS) , Vascular Plant Specimen database of Kanagawa Prefectural Museum of Natural History , Herbarium Specimens of Bonin and Ryukyu Islands Limited acclimation of leaf traits and leaf temperatures in a subtropical urban heat island.
Human and Animal Cells MCF7(RCB1904) Development of accurate temperature regulation culture system with metallic culture vessel demonstrates different thermal cytotoxicity in cancer and normal cells.
General Microbes JCM31580 The Effect of Calcium/Magnesium Ratio on the Biomass Production of a Novel Thermoalkaliphilic Aeribacillus pallidus Strain with Highly Heat-Resistant Spores.
General Microbes JCM6894 Mitigation of Hyper KCl Stress at 42ºC with Externally Existing Sodium Glutamate to a Halotolerant Brevibacterium sp. JCM 6894.
Medaka olvas-DsRedExpress (TG1403) , FLFII (MT109) High temperature causes masculinization of genetically female medaka by elevation of cortisol.
Human and Animal Cells C2C12(RCB0987) Effects of heat stimulation and l-ascorbic acid 2-phosphate supplementation on myogenic differentiation of artificial skeletal muscle tissue constructs.
Medaka hi-medaka (MT835) High temperature stress response is not sexually dimorphic at the whole-body level and is dependent on androgens to induce sex reversal.
Human and Animal Cells C2C12(RCB0987) Area cooling enables thermal positioning and manipulation of single cells.
Human and Animal Cells ATDC5(RCB0565) , MC3T3-E1(RCB1126) Heat-stimuli-enhanced osteogenesis using clinically available biomaterials.
Human and Animal Cells Hep G2(RCB1886) Mutagenicity of modelled-heat-treated meat extracts: Mutagenicity assay, analysis and mechanism of mutagenesis.
Chrysanthemum NIFS-3 Flowering retardation by high temperature in chrysanthemums: involvement of FLOWERING LOCUS T-like 3 gene repression.
Prokaryotes E. coli MG1655 , W3110 , DH5 , BW25113 , pHSG299 , pSY510 High temperatures promote cell-to-cell plasmid transformation in Escherichia coli.
Algae NIES-592 , NIES-3754 , NIES-4106 Fischerella thermalis: a model organism to study thermophilic diazotrophy, photosynthesis and multicellularity in cyanobacteria.
Clawed frogs / Newts Elucidating the functional evolution of heat sensors among Xenopus species adapted to different thermal niches by ancestral sequence reconstruction.
Drosophila Upper thermal limits of Drosophila are linked to species distributions and strongly constrained phylogenetically.